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OneNote Class Notebook
D2L Integration Setup
- Navigate to Content (navbar) and create a module.
- Click 'Add Existing Activities' button to select External Learning Tools.
- Select OneNote Class Notebook.
- Click the newly created 'OneNote Class Notebook' hyperlink.
- You may be prompted to sign in to OneNote.
- The name of your course should appear in the class notebook name field. Click Next.
- A summary of the sections of your notebook will be displayed. Click Next.
- (Optional) Add a teacher to use the class notebook by entering the instructor's email address. Click Next.
- The default is set to automatically add student from your LMS as they access the class notebook. Click Next.
- Customize what is available in each student's private notebook. Click Next.
- Confirm your selections by clicking the Teacher's notebook tab and Student's notebook tab to view their contents. Click Create.
- The notebook is configured. The Open in OneNote quicklink is available to copy and share with your students. A Class Notebook Add-in download button is available for those who are not using Windows 10 or mac because it is built in.
- Instructor View after the integration is completed.You will have access to four tiles: Create a class notebook, Add or remove teachers, Add or remove students and Manage notebooks. Below the tiles will be three links: Open your Class Notebook, View user guide and Download the Class Notebook Add-ins. It is possible to create student groups. Additional help guides.
- Student view of class notebook.
- Students click on the OneNote Class Notebook link found in the module.
- Students have a choice on clicking Open in OneNote or Open in OneNote Online.
- Students access the OneNote Class Notebook.
Note to Instructors:
- Students will start appearing under the Student Notebook tab once they click the OneNote Class Notebook link.